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'Boutique' Condos Replacing a Gramercy Church Hit the Market

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Each of the development's full-floor units will have a private outdoor space

Name/Address: 355 East 19th Street

Developer: Yosi Cohen

Architect: Brent M. Porter Architects

Size: seven full-floor condos

Prices: from $2.925 million

Sales & Marketing: The Corcoran Group's Tamir Shemesh Team

The former home of the Christ Lutheran Church on East 19th Street has made the perhaps inevitable transition to a boutique condo development, with seven full-floor units that are billed as "affordable luxury." (What that means: the apartments start at close to $3 million…so, affordable for the neighborhood, but maybe not for the average New Yorker.)

Unlike the red-brick townhouses that are found throughout much of the neighborhood, the building will be clad in beige Kolumba bricks imported from Denmark; the rest of the building, designed by Brent M. Porter Architects, has the usual luxury-condo amenities, including a roof deck, high ceilings throughout, and lovely finishes.

Each unit also comes with a private outdoor space, whether it's a balcony on the smaller units, or full terraces on the penthouse. There's also a 2,600-square-foot "townhouse-style" duplex on the ground floor, which has its own private backyard. (Because of course it does.) Asking prices begin at about $3 million for the smaller units, and go up to $4.1 million for that fancy duplex.